BREAKING: Buhari Extends UK Vacation, Writes National Assembly

On August 14, 2018 116 Comments

President Muhammadu Buhari has extended his 10-day vacation and has written to the National Assembly to that effect.

The letter signed by Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, made available to our correspondent by the Personal Assistant to the president on Media engagement, Bashir Ahmad, stated that the extension was necessitated in order for the president to complete and receive the results of a series of tests recommended by his doctors.

Part of the letter reads: “The President had planned to return to Abuja this evening (Sunday), but was advised to complete the test cycle before returning.”

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Daily Independent in its lead story on Tuesday August 14 titled ‘Pressure Mounts On Buhari Not To Seek Reelection’ had indicated that the president will likely extend his stay in the UK.

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It wrote: “The president is currently on a 10-day vacation in the United Kingdom (UK) and findings indicate that the holiday may be extended for another 11 days.”

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Comments (116)


  1. Anonymous says:

    Where is miyetti Allah. ? . Why are u not killing ? I hope no more military protection for u criminals cause ur head cow is London sambisa. It will take 1000yrs for your tribe to be accepted by humans. As soon as this criminal step down u cow’s will be rushed like tomorrow no day.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The cow doesn’t want to continued but they are pushing him to remain there so that they can be carrying out their evil plains .I trust the God who has always fight for Nigeria is on the throne he will disgrace all of you ..

  3. Anonymous says:

    The longer the absence, the better the country. How I wish you are an insect, would have finished my insecticide on you. Not because I don’t love you but because I love Nigeria more.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Sometimes I wonder why Hausa’s and some yurubas see the igbo’s as hater of Nigeria progress and development. We don’t care about the presidency. But, how each region can grow separately, then waiting for the government. Again, am surprise at the yurubas at large with their of education, only Lagos state is highly developed. Would it not be on their interest for self development?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Oshiomole’s 10 days to impeach saraki has expired without fulfilling the mission. They just extented the assignment for another 11days, if this one fails again oshiomole is gone. This is the reason for his barking every day.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The battery is not fully charged yet.
    Osibanjo, plz defect to PDP oo, so that they can impeach him, so u’d remain the president oo, u seem to be doin better than our programmed president oo… Kikikikikikiki

  7. Anonymous says:

    All hail Our rechargeable President.
    We accept the News with all pleasure.
    We have got double good news within the few days of your absence.

    Extend to 100days if possible

  8. Anonymous says:

    That’s a very good news so that Nigerians can sleep with their two eyes closed. Let osibanjo alone work for a while lets see if Nigeria will move forward again.let the sickness hold him tighter their.in fact he should even remain their and not come back again

  9. Anonymous says:

    God of vengeance will continue to keep you that way until you finally go back to daura isha Allah. You don’t have shame at all to enjoy someone country that is well fixed then refuse to fix your own

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